Photos by Joyce Lee
On a Monday night, the crowds packed in to witness Two Door Cinema Club’s triumphant return to New York. After a three year hiatus and rumors of a band break up, Two Door Cinema Club brought new songs, new sounds and new production to their live performance.
Throughout the show, the band played through cuts old and new. Their debut, Tourist History, made an appearance with songs like “Cigarettes in the Theatre” and “Undercover Martyn.” They followed that with “Changing of The Seasons,” an indie pop gem that’ll never grow old.
After that, the band played through “Bad Decisions” and “Lavender,” both of which were singles off their latest effort Gameshow, which showcased a much more playful and falsetto-y Two Door. The night rounded off with “Something Good Can Work,” “Sun,” and of course, “What You Know,” which was the band’s most ubiquitous single to date. There couldn’t have been a better place to be on a Monday night.